Btw, what if Solskjer was giving this interview instead of Tuchel saying exactly what Tuchel said?
You'd be okay with his answer? There has been no outrage from Chelsea fans about this.
Watch the beginning of this interview.
Managers aside, the captain's of all clubs got together and out our a statement against the ESLdozer wrote: ↑1 month agoAll managers are only speaking during the pre/post match press conferences.swampash wrote: ↑1 month agoI'm not sure he was brought in specifically to sell the ESL idea to fans, but I think there could be something in the idea that the hobbit was an attractive option for Woodworm and the Glazers inasmuch as he wouldn't have had the balls to speak out about what they were planning to do, when it came to it. I might have missed it, but I haven't noticed that he has made any sort of comment against the ESL plan.
Klopp was neutral to negative about it.
Guardiola openly was against it.
Tuchel was indifferent to it. He probably supported it since he said he wanted to play in the toughest competitions.
Zidane looked happy tbf.
Jose is gone.
Arteta and Solskjaer's interviews are pending since there are no games but now they can easily criticize the plan. We can't say if they would have done it prior to the cancellation.
No one criticised the owners. But Guardiola disagreed with the concept of the ESL. Klopp looked like he disagreed but he was a bit scared of saying anything. Tuchel didn't give a fuck. He seemed happy. He's got that indifferent smile of someone who's unaffected. We're all affected by his boring football though.